- Book
- x, 172 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Introduction: Identification-- Tolerating Ambiguity. Part 1 Extrapolation: Predicting Criminality-- Probabilistic Prediction-- Inferring Conditional Distributions from Random-Sample Data-- Prior Distributional Information-- Predicting High School Graduation. Part 2 The Selection Problem: The Nature of the Problem-- Identification from Censored Samples Alone-- Bounding the Probability of Exiting Homelessness-- Prior Distributional Information-- Identification of Treatment Effects-- Information Linking Outcomes across Treatments-- Predicting High School Graduation If All Families Were Intact. Part 3 The Mixing Problem in Program Evaluation: The Experimental Evaluation of Social Programs-- Variation in Treatment-- The Perry Preschool Project-- Identification of Mixtures Using Only Knowledge of the Marginals-- Restrictions on the Outcome Distribution-- Restrictions on the Treatment Policy-- Identifying Combinations of Assumptions. Part 4 Response-Based Sampling: The odds Ratio and Public Health-- Bounds on Relative and Attributable Risk-- Information on Marginal Distributions-- Sampling from One Response Stratum-- General Binary Stratifications. Part 5 Predicting Individual Behaviour: Revealed Preference Analysis-- How Do Youth Infer the Returns to Schooling?-- Analysis of Intentions Data. Part 6 Simultaneity: "The" Identification Problem in Econometrics-- The Linear Market Model-- Equilibrium in Games-- Simultaneity with Downward-Sloping Demand. Part 7 The Reflection Problem: Endogenous, Contextual, and Correlated Effects-- A Linear Model-- A Pure Endogenous Effects Model-- Inferring the Composition of Reference Groups-- Dynamic Analysis.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674442832 20161213
- Preface Introduction Identification Tolerating Ambiguity 1 Extrapolation 1.1.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674442849 20161213
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674442832 20161213
- Introduction: Identification-- Tolerating Ambiguity. Part 1 Extrapolation: Predicting Criminality-- Probabilistic Prediction-- Inferring Conditional Distributions from Random-Sample Data-- Prior Distributional Information-- Predicting High School Graduation. Part 2 The Selection Problem: The Nature of the Problem-- Identification from Censored Samples Alone-- Bounding the Probability of Exiting Homelessness-- Prior Distributional Information-- Identification of Treatment Effects-- Information Linking Outcomes across Treatments-- Predicting High School Graduation If All Families Were Intact. Part 3 The Mixing Problem in Program Evaluation: The Experimental Evaluation of Social Programs-- Variation in Treatment-- The Perry Preschool Project-- Identification of Mixtures Using Only Knowledge of the Marginals-- Restrictions on the Outcome Distribution-- Restrictions on the Treatment Policy-- Identifying Combinations of Assumptions. Part 4 Response-Based Sampling: The odds Ratio and Public Health-- Bounds on Relative and Attributable Risk-- Information on Marginal Distributions-- Sampling from One Response Stratum-- General Binary Stratifications. Part 5 Predicting Individual Behaviour: Revealed Preference Analysis-- How Do Youth Infer the Returns to Schooling?-- Analysis of Intentions Data. Part 6 Simultaneity: "The" Identification Problem in Econometrics-- The Linear Market Model-- Equilibrium in Games-- Simultaneity with Downward-Sloping Demand. Part 7 The Reflection Problem: Endogenous, Contextual, and Correlated Effects-- A Linear Model-- A Pure Endogenous Effects Model-- Inferring the Composition of Reference Groups-- Dynamic Analysis.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674442832 20161213
- Preface Introduction Identification Tolerating Ambiguity 1 Extrapolation 1.1.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674442849 20161213
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674442832 20161213
Business Library
Business Library | Status |
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On reserve at Business Library | |
HA29 .M2465 1995 | Unknown 2-hour loan |
MGTECON-604-01
- Course
- MGTECON-604-01 -- Econometric Methods II
- Instructor(s)
- Yurukoglu, Ali